Saturday $1/2-5 PLO game. Pretty good lineup of players today. I'd rate this table about a 9.1 and that's even with the best PLO player in our city sitting to my left...
Anyway on to the hand.
About 5 limps to me and I limp on the button with A♣ J♣ J♠ 8♥ SB completes, BB completes for $5.
Flop ($40) K♠ Q♥ 6♣
Checks around to me (very surprising) and I'm never bluffing 8 other players out of the hand so I check hoping for a T, club, J to evaluate.
Turn ($40) K♠ Q♥ 6♣ T♠
Check, Check, V1 leads out for $10 - never the nuts. V2 raises to $25 - haven't played with him but 95% sure he'd pot it with the nuts. It gets to me and I pot it to $125. V1 thinks for a little bit and calls, V2 folds.
River ($310) K♠ Q♥ 6♣ T♠ 4♠
After about 5 seconds villain says, "I'm all-in" and pushes in $280 - I cover by a little bit.
Villain is definitely capable of trying to bluff anyone in this spot. He's especially capable of trying to bluff me since he views me as the tightest player at the table.
What I thought of at the time was, if he knows I'm capable of folding, he'd probably bet an amount I'm more likely to call with his value hands. And if he had a flush draw on the turn he probably wouldn't have tried to set his own price from EP, he'd most likely check/call.
Anything else we should consider?